The atlatl range was wildly popular at the Camporee with approximately 4500 darts having been launched.  Part of the success was the simplified atlatl that used a Y-shaped dart holder in the front that were simply held in place with friction.  Late in the day, some groups went through repeatedly and one kid began annoying me as he butting in front of other kids.  Then this:
Him: Why does the y-thing swivel.
*Nick Lutz was about to answer but I jumped in.
Me: That’s the atlatl safety, we set it to OFF so people can’t use it if someone’s down range.
Later he kept butting in front of people and I walked over and rotated the dart holder to OFF.  He walked away sadly.